It is an excellent book concerning moral norms and specifically emphasizes Scanlon's contractualist view. Scanlon seems to make 'justification' the core basis of ethics. But his contractualist view has several contoversial issues, as in the case of Gauthier's contractarian view. But, without doubt, this an important book by a first-rate scholar.
Book based on material presented at meetings and colloquiums; several chapters have been previously published in various journals
Includes bibliographical references (p. -416) and index